|Make: Television - Complete Series - Make|
Introducing Make: television Presenting a new national series from MAKE magazine, Twin Cities Public Television, and American Public Television. Make: is the DIY series for a new generation! It celebrates "Makers" - the inventors, artists, geeks and just plain everyday folks who mix new and old technology to create new-fangled marvels. Complete series in high definition.
Keywords: make; make magazine; iptv
|Make Weekend Projects - KipKay Videos - KipKay|
Early in 2008, Make Magazine was looking for a seasoned video producer to create their Weekend Project segment. Kipkay was chosen and produced a new show every week. These videos primarily featured projects submitted by the Make Magazine writers and are separate from Kipkay’s self-promoted episodes found on YouTube and the official KipKay.com
Keywords: kipkay; kip kay; make; make magazine
|For the Love of Geeks episode 2 - Stephen Johnson|
Im a Geek, and Im OK! Today we talk about Make magazine, why it is so awesome, and why following your passion and living your dreams is never a waste of time. A brief look into a sky divers dreams and hopes for him to be able to fall 25 miles. NASA's toilets are broken, and their rogue bloggers have been suspended. Guitar Hero Creeps us out with thier nintendo DS trailer.
Keywords: NASA; Apple; Geeks; Make; Make Magazine; Michael Fournier; Guitar Hero
|Sub(O)bject Make(R)s: How Do Make:MagazineÂ® and Maker FairesÂ® contribute in constituting biology as a personal technology? - Sara Tocchetti|
In 2005 OâReilly Media Inc., one of the largest computer book publishers launched Make:magazine, a journal dedicated to the emergence of the modern DIY movement. Although the magazine is largely focused on electro-mechanical technologies, one year later, the editors published an issue entitled Backyard Biology. Drawing on preliminary primary and secondary literature sources, interview and participant observations, this articles explores how Make:MagazineÂ® and Maker FairesÂ® contribute in c...
Keywords: DIYbio; Make:magazine; Whole Earth Catalog; subjectivity; manufacture; America